We present a follow up contribution to further complement a previous commentary on the activity cliff concept and recent advances in activity cliff research. Activity cliffs have originally been defined as pairs of structurally similar compounds that display a large difference in potency against a given target. For medicinal chemistry, activity cliffs are of high interest because structure-activity relationship (SAR) determinants can often be deduced from them. Herein, we present up-to-date results of systematic analyses of the ligand efficiency and lipophilic efficiency relationships between activity cliff-forming compounds, which further increase their attractiveness for the practice of medicinal chemistry. In addition, we summarize the results of a new analysis of coordinated activitycliffs and clusters they form. Taken together, these findings considerably add to our evaluation and current understanding of the activity cliff concept. The results should be viewed in light of the previous commentary article.